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Matrix extracellular phosphoglycoprotein (MEPE) is expressed exclusively in osteoblasts, osteocytes and odontoblasts with markedly elevated expression found in X-linked hypophosphatemic rickets (Hyp) osteoblasts and in oncogenic hypophosphatemic osteomalacia (OHO) tumors. Because these syndromes are associated with abnormalities in mineralization and renal… (More)
The paper considers the question of fitness to drive after the use of anaesthetics and other drugs and makes suggestions concerning the advice which anaesthetists should give to patients beofre an anaesthetic is administered.
The duration of impairment of mental functioning after anaesthesia was studied in 55 patients undergoing hernia repair who were divided into three groups in which the method of induction of anaesthesia (intravenous or inhalational) and ventilation (spontaneous or controlled) was varied. Performance in a five minute serial reaction time test and subjective… (More)
A brief description is given of the treatment of a case of rabies encephalitis. The problems of isolation and monitoring are described with a view to the provision of optimum care for future cases in the United Kingdom.
The types of polycythaemia are reviewed and evidence presented indicating the need for reduction of the packed cell volume in polycythaemic patients before operation. Such patients must also be offered a full regimen of perioperative antithrombosis therapy, the only possible exception being in cases of primary polycythaemia with a bleeding tendency. Either… (More)
The use of an emulsion formulation of 2,6-diisopropylphenol (propofol) for induction and maintenance of anaesthesia was compared with methohexitone in 60 patients undergoing termination of pregnancy. In the dosages chosen the two agents appeared to be equi-potent. Propofol was associated with a statistically significant superior quality of anaesthesia.… (More)